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Warm sunshine blessed the meeting although a strong headwind made good times difficult for sprinters and middle distance runners alike.
There were wins for Jordan Layne in the 400m A string in a new best time of 49.37 and Dan Hunter in the B string. Josh Parry and Ben Wooding looked after the shorts sprints. Will Perkin, James Roberts, Ben Sendall and David Clark ran well in the middle distance races and Matt Bosley and Jack Blyth tackled the 3000m. In the field U17s Scott Clare and Luke Seymour helped with useful points.
A large female team covered most of the slots with Rachel Klima gaining a win in the A string 200m. There was a double 800m win for Hannah Thear and Emma Delgado, with Rachel Padwick winning the A string 1500m, Emma Barraclough second in the B string. Sarah Cross gained good points in the short sprints and was second in the A string javelin. Emily Bannister gained a PB of 10.54.8 to be second in the A string 3000m. Caitlin Neale was strong in the throws, and Eden Hudson and Ellie Claessans had a double win in the pole vault which was matched by Lisa Fitzpatrick and Emma Delgado in the long jump.
Scott Clare, Ben Layne and Morgan Hiles ran well in the short sprints with Tim Rogers gaining a convincing win in the A string 400m. Luke Seymour, Seb Mills, Seb Garry and Aidan Kingman all won strong points in the middle distance events as did Richard Slade and George Brown in the 3000m. Kai Mckenzie excelled in the field winning both high jump and triple jump and Fabian Everiss did well to be second in javelin and shot.
Charlotte Bellamy, Rochelle Jack and Fran Luttrell scored in the short sprints, Charlotte and Clare Croome running 300m. Emily Smith and Fran Luttrell both gained good times in the 300m hurdles. There were several second places across the longer distances with Jess Orr and Mimi Houlihan-Burne (800m), Scarlett Wager-Leigh and Lizzie Barraclough (1500m) and Emma Kaye (3000m) all achieving second place points. Claire Buttivant scored well in shot, discus and hammer with Abi Jones second in the javelin. Anna Jones won the pole vault and Megan Styles the triple jump.
With the season half over, South Bucks are in a strong position to take a second consecutive League win. The next match is at Aldershot on June 28th.